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Western Washington University will soon begin a national search to fill the position of director of athletics, following the retirement of longtime director Lynda Goodrich.

Western Washington University will soon begin a national search to fill the position of director of athletics, following the retirement of longtime director Lynda Goodrich.

Alden & Associates, an executive search and consulting firm for intercollegiate athletics, has been hired to…

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The morning begins with a complimentary breakfast from 8 to 9 a.m. in the Viking Union, and is followed by convocation and the presentation of faculty and staff awards from 9:10 to 10:15 a.m. on the PAC Mainstage.

The 2013 opening convocation and breakfast for Western Washington University faculty and staff is set for Wednesday, Sept. 18.

Breafast is complimentary, and reservations are requested by Sept. 16. Register online.

Breakfast is served from 8 to 9 a.m. in the Viking Commons,…

Western Washington scored a record 206 points in winning the 2012-13 GNAC All-Sports title, according to final official figures released by the conference office.

The all-sports title was WWU's fifth in a row and its ninth overall in 12 seasons as it became the first school to score…

Steve Card, who last week was named interim director of athletics at Western Washington University, has announced that he will not coach the men's golf team during the 2013-14 season after 20 years heading that program.

Taking over Card's coaching position on an interim basis…

One of Lynda Goodrich's favorite poems is "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost.

The poem speaks of one who decides to journey along a path less traveled, and concludes that doing so "has made all the difference."

Goodrich's 42 years at Western…

Lynda Goodrich has always been a competitor.

From the time Dr. G. Robert Ross hired her to lead the Vikings' athletic program 26 years ago to when Goodrich's retirement was announced Monday, May 6, she's aimed to make Western Athletics a powerhouse while placing an emphasis…

Longtime Western Washington University Athletics Director Lynda Goodrich has announced she's retiring from her post after serving 26 years as Western's AD.

The announcement came in a press release early afternoon Monday, May 6.

Director of Athletics for 26 years, women’s basketball coach for 19 seasons

After more than four decades as a ground-breaking director of athletics and women’s basketball coach at Western Washington University, Lynda Goodrich announced her retirement Mon., May 6.

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